Funky decore, good beer, good food, good service. Great spot to meet the locals and enjoy the "ambience".
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I'm local but hadn't eaten here in awhile. I was disappointed to learn that they no longer offer their delicious Cubano sandwich. I had a turkey/bacon/cheese sandwich which was good but honestly overpriced at $14. For lunch. In a pub that is very basic. Service...More
Definitely a sports pub, noisy, friendly. Super busy! One couple had their dog in the pub with them......ick! The food was very good. We shared a cubano and it was delicious. They were a bit short staffed but the server was gracious and efficient. We...More
I've been here a few times over the years, and while the place remains mostly a hang out for locals it has jumped on the, Yachats-is-Precious bandwagon. $10 for a bowl of clam chowder at a dive bar? Ha, who you kidding??!?! The service is...More
We stopped in and had a couple of beers. Everyone knew everyone. Fun just to sit and listen to the locals. Nice hard working bartender
While at another Yachats hot spot we heard about this place so decided to try it. We dropped in about 5:00 and asked about Happy Hour specials but were told they had none......needn't have worried, their prices were very reasonable. The bar was attracting a...More
This little place has very friendly staff, boisterous locals, a few beers on tap to choose from and decent food for a good price.
found this little gem when looking for a good beer and meal. Great times! location was close to everything so ask if you can not find.
Not fancy not gourmet,certainly not quiet.Thursday night features a jam session with local talent.The Underground is full of a diverse set of locals.Pub food is great many varieties of beer at reasonable prices.Don't go to dine,go to have fun,talk to people,and kick back and enjoy.
Went for lunch and a beer and had the chowder. Food was pretty good, salad excellent and fresh. Can see why atmosphere can turn some people off. Pretty small and a bit dingy, and everybody knows everybody but you. No greeting when you enter, or...More